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I selected the parts myself off www.pccasegear.com.au I might have some fun building it haha
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I think he's searching up prebuilt PCs (correct me if I'm wrong).

And for video editing, I don't think a GPU is necessary
My bad, didnt know he was looking for prebuilt.

programs like photoshop CS5 support GPU rendering and such naw? im not sure however
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I think he's searching up prebuilt PCs (correct me if I'm wrong).

And for video editing, I don't think a GPU is necessary
exactly that's why i mentioned he should look into it, he really should go for a build for himself though i'm looking over prices on pccasegear prices aren't to much more then where i am the power supply just has to be changed out from my previous suggestion since its horrible overpriced in aus.
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My bad, didnt know he was looking for prebuilt.

programs like photoshop CS5 support GPU rendering and such naw? im not sure however
Photoshop CS5 only supports it with some tools, not the entire program itself. Even then though, PS is a photo editing program.

Unfortunately, I'm a photographer and not a videographer, so I don't know much about video editing myself. I do know it's very CPU intensive, but I'm not sure if GPU acceleration is yet supported in any programs.
post #25 of 33
copy that

so i think she should go custom route

H67 board and add discrete graphics to it afterwards if needed for work being done
i7 2600
x2 4gb Dual channel kits
750 watt psu
generic everything else

yeah?
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G.Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 to replace the previously selected ram?
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G.Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 to replace the previously selected ram?

yes, most definitly a dual channel kit if you are going with a sandy bridge set up

also, the pervious build you had included a p67 motherboard but no video card

if you arent planning on initially purchasing a video card then go for a H67 board because if you have no video card your p67 board wont fire since it doesnt have the ability to access the on dye HD graphics included in the sandy birdge processors
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If you can spare the cash go with the most ram you can buy, multimedia editing is very RAM intensive
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HIS Radeon HD6850 1GB for gfx card?
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HIS Radeon HD6850 1GB for gfx card?
yes, excellent card

but if you are heavy in to multimedia and rendering and such, i'd look into ATI FIREPRO series

if you are gaming not so much.

And you wont be wasting money on a computer whether ur friend thinks so or not, Im not biased towards windows, in fact im on a macbook as we speak.

but you can build a computer that can blow a mac out of the water in graphics ect.

theres nothing HARDWARE about a mac that makes it better than windows

the only thing great about mac is the OS, its tuned for multimedia applications, but a mac wont do something a windows PC wont do for you either, except look really nice
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